Aurora Police Release Images Of Skimmer SuspectsSkimming devices were discovered at the Farnsworth and Fox Vally Center branches of the Old Second Bank.
Surveillance Images Released In Two Logan Square BurglariesChicago Police are releasing surveillance images of two burglaries that occurred earlier this month in Logan Square.
Police Seek Suspect in Near North Attempted Criminal Sexual AbuseChicago Police have released a surveillance photo of a man wanted in an attempted criminal sexual abuse incident that occurred last week.
Camera Catches Flower Thief In The ActCBS 2's Steve Miller talks with the woman whose flowers were stolen.
Facebook Says Its Data Can't Be Used For 'Surveillance'Facebook is prohibiting developers from using the massive amount of data it collects on users for surveillance. This includes using such data to monitor activists and protesters.
Jury Convicts Cop In 2012 Beating Of SuspectDuring a weeklong trial, prosecutors introduced a surveillance video showing Aldo Brown punching and kicking a clerk in a convenience store where the beating occurred.
Lisle Police Circulate Pictures Of Robbery SuspectPolice say the man entered the Dunkin Donutes store at 1109 Maple Ave. on Thursday night and demanded cash from the clerk, who complied.
Police Unveil Surveillance Picture Of Downtown RobberIn each case, the armed man took money, inventory or an employee’s personal property, Area Central detectives said in a business alert.
WATCH: Truck Leaves Wake Of Destruction Leaving Parking LotOne motorist says his rear windshield was punched out about 7:30 a.m. Wednesday. CBS 2's Pamela Jones reports.
Website, Photos Helping Feds Capture Bank Robbery Suspects
Older Men With Guns Rob Pharmacy, Make Off With Viagra, Other DrugsCausing little attention, two men in their late-50s entered a West Side medical center on the pretense of wanting to see the dentist. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Judge Undoes Key Ruling On NSA Evidence In Bomb Plot CaseIf they learn the government did use enhanced surveillance to trigger its investigation of Adel Daoud, defense lawyers have said they would challenge subsequent evidence on grounds it violated protections against unreasonable searches.